The Canadian cell phone carrier Bell Mobility has recently designated the Windows Phone 7-based LG Optimus Quantum as “coming soon.” The handset was among the nine Windows Phone 7 phones that Microsoft CEO Steve
Ballmer introduced as the first crop of handsets running the company’s new mobile operating system.
In an October 12 report, Jefferies & Co. analysts said that Research In Motion (RIM)’s recently-launched BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and a forthcoming BlackBerry Storm 3 smartphone – likely to be launched in November - are expected to boost shipment estimates for the company’s quarters ending in November and February to higher-than-anticipated levels.
Windows Phone 7 handsets are currently a most sought after device and one among them comes in form of HTC 7.
Microsoft is seemingly playing a safe game opting for new Windows Phone 7 operating system, and offers hardware specs for all of the newly launched Windows Phone 7 handsets by HTC, LG and Samsung with almost similar technology.
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